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Deseret 

Sunday School 

Songs 




For the use of Sunday Schools and Suitable 

for Primary Associations, Religion 

Classes, Quorum Meetings, 

Social Gatherings 

and the Home 



Published by 

DESERET BOOK COMPANY 

Salt Lake City, Utah 

Printed in United States of America 



Copyright 1909 by Joseph F. Smith 



CONTENTS 

TITLE NUMBER PAGE 

Come, Come Ye Saints 16 1 

O Thou Rock of Our Salvation 20 2 

In Remembrance of Thy Suffering 45 3 

God Be With You 244 4 

As the Dew, From Heaven Distilling 279 5 

Sweet Is the Work 35 5 

Sowing 37 6 

Parting Hymn 38 7 

Joseph Smith's First Prayer 41 8 

For the Strength of the Hills 52 9 

Improve the Shining Moments 53 10 

Gently Raise the Sacred Strain 57 11 

Hope of Israel 62 12 

Did You Think to Pray? 65 13 

O My Father 83 14 

How Firm a Foundation •. 87 15 

We Thank Thee, O God, For a Prophet 102 16 

Earth With Her Ten Thousand Flowers 75 17 

The Spirit of God Like a Fire Is Burning 104 18 

Jesus, Once of Humble Birth 47 19 

Now Let Us Rejoice 140 20 

Hear Us Pray 291 21 

In Our Lovely Deseret 114 22 

How Great the Wisdom and the Love : 115 23 

True to the Faith 179 24 

O God the Eternal Father 192 25 

O Ye Mountains High 198 26 

Prayer Is the Soul's Sincere Desire. 95 27 

Praise to the Man 24 28 

Lord We Ask Thee, Ere We Part 49 29 

Though Deepening Trials 273 30 

Redeemer of Israel. ,.........— 133 31 

God Moves in a Mysterious Way 292 . 32 



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1. Come, come, ye Saints, no toil nor labor fear, Bat with joy wend yonr way; 

2. Why should wemourn.orthinkourlot is hard? 'Tis not so; all is right! 

3. We'll find the place which God for us prepared, F.rr a -way in the West; 

4. And should we die before our journey's through,Hap-py day! all is well! 



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Tho' hard to you this jour-ney may appear, Grace shall be as your day. 
Why should we think to earn a great re- ward, If we now shun the fight? 
Where none shall come to hurt or make a-fraid; There the Saints will be blessed. 
We then are free from toil and sor-row too; With the just we shall dwell. 



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God and KingjAbove the rest these words we'll tell— All is well! All is well! 

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1. Thon Rock of our sal -va- tion, Je - sus, Sav-ior of the world, 

2. We a war 'gainst sin are wag-ing, We're con-tend-ing for the right, 

3. On-ward, on-ward, we'll be sing-ing, As we're marching firm and true. 

4. When for all that we've con-tend - ed, When the fight of faith we've won, 

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In our poor and low - ly sta - tion We Thy ban-ner have un - furled. 

Ev-'ry day the bat-tie's rag-ing, Help us, Lord to win the fight. 

Each suc-ceed-ing bat-tie ring - ing, Ear - nest of what we can do. 

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Then, Bock of our sal - va - tion, Je - sua, Sav - ior of the world, 

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Take us from our low - ly sta-tion, Let our flag with Thee be furled. 



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2. Pu - ri - f y our hearts, our Sav-ior, Let us go not far a - stray, 

3. When Thou com-est in Thy glo - ry, To this earth to rule and reign, 






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When Thy-self Thou gav'st an of -f 'ring— Dy-ing for the sinner's sake. 
That we may be count ed wor - thy Of Thy Spir - it day by day. 
And with faith-ful ones par - tak - est Of the bread and wine a - gain, 

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Wher temp-ta-tions are be - fore us, Give us strength to o - ver-come; 
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Al - ways guard us in our wand'rings,Till we leave our eartMy home. 
And par -take a - new the em-blems Of the suf-f 'rings of our Lord. 



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2. God be with you till we meet a - gain, When life's perils thick confound you, 

3. God be with you till we meet a - gain, Keep love's banner floating o'er you, 

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Put His arms un - fail - ing round you, God be with you till we meet a-gain. 
Smite death's threat'ning wave be fore you, God be with you till we meet a-gain. 

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2. My heart shall tri-umph in my Lord, And bless His works, and bless His word; 

3. But oh, what tri-umph shall I raise, To Thy dear name, thro' endless days, 

4. Then shall I see and hear and know All I de-sired and wished be - low, 



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To show Thy love by morn-ing light, And talk of all Thy truths at night. 
Thy works of grace, how bright they shine, How deep Thy counsels— how di-vine! 
When in the realms of joy I see Thy face in full fe - lie - i - ty! 
And ev-'ry pow'r find sweet em-ploy In that e - ter - nal world of joy. 

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1. As the dew from neav'n dis-till-ing, Gent- lv on the grass de - scends, 

2. Let Thy doc-trine, Lord, so gra-cious,Thus de-scend-ing from a - bove, 

3. Lord, be-hold this con - gre - ga-tion; Pre-cious prom-is - es ful - fil; 

4. Let our cry come up be -fore Thee; Thy sweet Spir-it shed a -round: 




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Blest by Thee, prove ef - fi - ca - cious To ful - fil Thy work of love. 
From Thy ho - ly nab - i - ta - tion Let the dews of life die - til. 
So the peo - pie shall a - dor e Thee, And con - f ess the joy- ml sound. 



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2. Seeds that fall a - mid the still -ness Of the lone - ly moun-tain glen; 

3. Seeds that lie unchanged, unquickened, Life - less on the teem - ing mould; 

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Seeds cast out in crowd-ed pla - ces, Trod-den un - der foot of men, 

Seeds that live, and grow, and flour-ish When the sow-er's hand is cold; 

Bid Thine an- gels guard the fur-rows Where the precious grain is sown, 



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Seeds that sink in rich, brown fur-rows, Soft with heaven's gra-cious rain; 

Seeds, by i - die hearts for - got-ten, Flung at ran-dom on the air; 

By a whis-persow we bless-ings, By a breath we scat - ter strife, 

Till the fields are crowned with glo-ry, Filled with mel-low, rip-ened ears; 

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Seeds that rest up - on the but - face Of the dry un-yield-ing plain. 
Seeds, by faith - ful hearts re-mem-bered, Sown in tears, and love, and prayer. 
In our words, and looks, and ac - tions Lie the seeds of death and life. 
Filled with fruit of life e - ter - nal From the seed we sowed in tears. 



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2. Praise Him for His mer - cy, Praise Him for His love; 

3. Je - sus, our Ee - deem - er, Now our prais - es hear; 



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To our heav'n-ly Fa - ther Sweet - est songs we'll raise. 
For un-num-bered bless -ings Praise the Lord a - bove. 
While we bow be -fore Thee, Lend a list - 'ning ear. 

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Let our songs of glad - ness Bend this Sab - bath air. 
One a - lone is wor - thy Of our sweet - est song. 
Help us now to serve Thee In a pleas - ing way. 



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1. O how love - ly was the morn-ing! Ra-diant beamed the sun a - bove, 

2. Hum-bly kneel-ing, sweet ap-peal - ing— 'Twas the boy's first ut-tered prayer— 

3. Sud-den-ly a light de-scend - ed, Bright -er far than noon-day sun, 

4. " Jo-seph, this is my be-lov - ed, Hear Him 1" oh, how sweet the word! 

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When the pow'rs of sin as - sail - ing Filled his soul with deep de - spair, 
And a shin - ing glo - rious pii - lar O'er him fell, a-round him shone. 
Jo - seph's hum-ble prayer was an-swered, And he list - ened to the Lord; 



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1. For the strength of the hills we bless Thee, Our God, our fa-ther's God; 

2. At the hands of foul op - press -ors, We've borne and suffered long; 

3. Thou hast led us here in safe -ty, Where the mountain bulwark stands, 

4. For the shad - ow of Thy pres-ence, Our camp of rock o'er-spread; 



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Thou hast made Thy chil-dren might - y, By the touch of the mountain sod; 
Thou hast been our help in weak-ness, And Thy pow'r hath made us strong; 
As the guar-dian of the loved ones, Thou hast brought from man-y lands: 
For the can-yon's rug-ged de -files, And the beet -ling crags o'er-head; 







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1. Im-prove the shin- ing mo-ments, Don't let them pass yon by; 

2. Time files on wings of light-ning, We can - not call it back; 

3. As win - ter time doth fol - low The pleas - ant sum-mer days, 

4. Im-prove each shin -ing mo-ment, In this yon are se - cure, 

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Work while the sun is ra - diant; 
It comes, then pass - es for - ward 
So may our joys all van - ish, 
For prompt-ness bring-eth safe - ty, 

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And if we are not mind - ful, The chance will fade a - way; 

Then should we not en - deav - or Each day some point to gain, 

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For life is quick in pass - ing— 'Tis as a sin - gle day. 

That we may here be use - ful, And ev - *ry wrong dis - dain. 

And God will love and bless you, And help to you im - part. 

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2. Ho - ly day, de - void of strife; Let us seek e- 

3. Sweet - ly swells the sol - emn sound, While we bring our 

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That great re - ward, That great re - ward, 

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1. Hope of Is - rael, Zi - on's ar - my, Chil-dren of the prom-ised day, 

2. See the foe in count - less num-bers, Marshaled in the ranks of sin; 

3. Strike for Zi - on, down with er-ror, Flash the sword a - bove the foe; 

4. Soon the bat-tie will be o - ver, Ev - 'ry foe of truth be down; 



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Hope of Is -rael, on to bat -tie, Now the vie - fry we must win! 
Ev - 'ry stroke dis-arms a foe - man, Ev - 'ry step we con - q'ring go. 
On-ward, on-ward, youth of Zi - on, Thy re-ward the vie - tor's crown. 



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2. When your heart was filled with an - ger, Did you think to pray? 

3. When sore tri - als came up - on you, Did you think to pray? 



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Did you plead for grace, my broth-er, That you might forgive an - oth 
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No. 83 

E. R. Snow 



O My Father 

(Tune: "My Redeemer.") 



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1.0" my Fa-^jf,, Thou that dwellest In the high and glor-ious place I 

2. For a wis*ariiV glor-ious pur-pose Thou hast placed me here on earth, 

3. I had learned Jfc till Thee Fa-ther, Thro* Thy Spir - it from on high; 

4. When I leave tl % L*& ex - ist-ence, When I lay this mor- tal by, 



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And with-held the rec - ol - lee - tion Of my for - mer friends and birth, 
But un - til the Key of Knowledge Was re - stored, I knew not why. 
Fa - ther, Moth-er, may I meet you In your roy - al courts on high? 



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In the heav'ns are par-ents sin - gle? No; the tho't makes rea-son stare! t 

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In my first pri-me-val childhood, Was I nur - tured near Thy side. 
And I felt that I had wandered From a more ex - alt - ed sphere. 
Truth is rea-son, truth e - ter-nal, Tells me I've a moth-er there. 
With your mu - tual ap-pro - ba-tion Let me come and dwell with you. 

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3. Fear not, I am with thee, be not dis - mayed, 

4. When thro* the deep wa - ters I call thee to go, 

5. The soul that on Je - sus, hath leaned for re 

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riv - ers of sor - row shall not thee o'er-flow, For I will be 
will not, I ean - not de - sert to his foes; That soul, tho' all 

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help thee and cause thee to stand, Up - held by my right-eous, up- 
with thee, thy trou - bles to bless, And sane - ti - fy to thee, and 
hall should en - deav - or to shake, I'll nev - er no nev - er, I'll 

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sane - ti - fy to thee, And sane - ti - fy to thee thy deepest dis tress. 
nev - er, no nev - er, I'll nev - er, no nev - er, no nev - er for-sake. 

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3. We'll sing of His good-ness and mer - cy, We'll praise Him by 

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2. Sounds a-mong the vales and hills, In the woods and by the rills, 

3. All the hopes that sweet - ly start From the foun-tain of the heart, 



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All the bliss that ev - er comes To our earth-ly hu - man homes, 



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All the voic - es from a - bove, Sweet-ly whis - per, God is love. 



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flow bless-ed the day when the lamb and the li - on Small 
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lie down to-geth-er with - out an - y ire, 
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Now Let Us Rejoice 



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2. We'll love one an-oth - er, and nev - er dis - sem-ble, But cease to do 

3. In faith we'll re - ly on the arm of Je-ho-vah To guide thro' these 





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fear-ing, and trem-ble, We'll watch for the day when the Sav-ior will come: 
har - vest are o - ver, We'll rise with the just when the Sav-ior doth come. 



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Hear Us Pray 



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2. Grant us, Fa - ther, grace di-vine, May Thy smile up - on us shine; 

3. Ai we drink the wa - ter clear, Let Thy Spir - it lin - ger near; 

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As we eat the bro-ken bread, Thine ap-prov-al on us shed. 
Par - don faults, Lord, we pray, Bless our ef - forts day by day. 



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2. That the chil - dren may live long, And be beau - ti - ful and strong, 

3. They should be in-struct-ed young, How to watch and guard the tongue, 

4. They must not for - get to pray, Night and morn - ing, ev - 'ry day, 



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Tea and cof - fee and to-bac - co they de - spise, Drink no 

And their tem - pers train, and e - vil pas - sions bind; They should 

For the Lord to keep them safe from ev - 'ry ill, And as- 

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Eliza R. Snow 
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1. How great the wis - dora and the love, That filled the courts on high, 

2. His pre - cious blood He free - ly spilt, His life He free - ly gave; 

3. By strict o - be - dience Je - sus won The prize with glo - ry rife: 

4. He marked the path and led the way, Aud ev - 'ry point de - fines; 

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We eat the broken bread; 
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Our faith in Christ our Head. 



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2. While we know the pow'rs of dark - ness Seek to thwart the work of God, 

3. We will work out our sal - va - tion, We will cleave un-to the truth, 

4. We will strive to be found wor - thy, Of the king - dom of our Lord, 

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Shall the chil- dren of the prom - ise Cease to grasp the "i - ron rod?" No! 
We will watch and pray and la - bor, With the fer-vent zeal of youth. Yes! 
With the f aith-ful ones re - deem - ed, Who have loved and kept His word. Yes! 

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To have our sins re - mit - ted, And take His flesh and blood: 

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3. In thy moun - tain re - treat, God will strength-en thy feet, On 

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2. Prayer is the bur - den of a sigh, The fall - ing of a tear, 

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lnd Jesus on the Father's throne, 
For sinners intercedes. 

8 Thou by whom we come to God, 

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The path of prayer Thyself hast trod; 
Lord, teach us how to pray. 



6 Prayer is the contrite sinner's voice, 
Returning from his ways, 
While angels in their songs rejoice, 
And cry, "Behold he prays !" 
6 The Saints in prayer appear as one 
In word and deed and mind, 
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2* Deep in un-fath - om - a - ble mines Of nev - er fail - ing skill, 

3* Ye fear-ful Samts, fresh cour- age take;The clouds ye so much dread 

4! Judge not the Lord by fee - ble sense, But trust Him for His grace; 




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6 Blind unbelief is sure to err, 
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God is His own interpreter, 
And He will make it plain. 



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